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Avengers World, Volume 4: Before Times Runs Out

Avengers World Volume Before Times Runs Out How did things get to be the way they are in the Time Runs Out story Find out here in Avengers World Cannonball and Smasher face their greatest adventure yet nthood Can the new parents survive an enco

  • Title: Avengers World, Volume 4: Before Times Runs Out
  • Author: Frank J. Barbiere Marco Checchetto Andres Mossa Joe Caramagna Jeff Dekal
  • ISBN: 9780785192527
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Paperback
  • How did things get to be the way they are in the Time Runs Out story Find out here in Avengers World Cannonball and Smasher face their greatest adventure yet.nthood Can the new parents survive an encounter with the Shi ar Imperial Guard The answers you ve been waiting for.Collecting Avengers 34.2, Avengers World 17 21

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    About "Frank J. Barbiere Marco Checchetto Andres Mossa Joe Caramagna Jeff Dekal"

    1. Frank J. Barbiere Marco Checchetto Andres Mossa Joe Caramagna Jeff Dekal

      Frank J Barbiere is a writer from New Jersey.Barbiere is a graduate of Rutgers University with a degree in English Creative Writing, as well as a Master s in English Education.Barbiere exploded onto the mainstream comics scene in 2013 with the indie hit FIVE GHOSTS Image Comics and in his short time in the industry has worked for BOOM Studios, Dynamite Entertainment, Image Comics, Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics, and Marvel Comics.He currently resides in the South with a large collection of books and action figures.

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    1. Very middle of the road stuff here.But for stupid filler fluff, it was surprisingly decent.And, yes, the Sam & Izzy love story was my favorite. Go on, make fun of me, boys. I dare you.Anyway, Namor & Sunspot each had good side stories in here, and since I don't know much about either of these guys, I really appreciated both of them.And then there was this dude?Anyone recognize him? Because I got nothin'.But the art was great!The Nightmask & Starbrand issue didn't do much for me, but [...]



    2. Weeeelllll I'm still a bit nervous about this whole Secret Wars thing, but I have to say I've really enjoyed the build up


    3. Haphazard, forgettable, reminiscent of Arrow Season 4.Humphries' .2 Avengers tale is cute, helps flesh out the two weirdos a little, but ultimately meh. Awww, that's so sweet, Sam adventuring across the galaxy to demonstrate his love for Izzy. (*retch*)Fun little backstory on how Bobby acquired A.I.M. Almost makes me like Bobby, which I don't think I've done since the 80's when I last spent any real time with him. (Boy were those comics bad, and boy did I not know or care.)Silly maudlin whining [...]


    4. There's some cool stuff with Thanos and Namor and the rest of The Cabal, but otherwise there's not much here other than pretty art.


    5. one of the most impressive things that a comic book writer can do is take an uninteresting or unlikeable character and make them enjoyable to read. Jonathan Hickman was able to do this with Namor, during his run on New Avengers. that carries over to this book, and actually reaches its zenith. This is Peak Namor action right here. Now, I can't remember if Frank Barbiere was the writer of the first three volumes of Avengers world (I am pretty sure it was Nick Spencer) but they have done a really g [...]


    6. Given that this was (for the most part) one of those "if you REALLY like the Avengers, here's some more Avengers stories" series, this volume seemed to be more integral than usual, which is a welcome endeavor. Since all Marvel series last year were tying up in order to usher in Secret Wars, this offered more important events and character beats than I'm used to seeing in a 2nd tier series: Sunspot buying A.I.M Namor's moral dilemma, etc.And while I like Starbrand and Nightmask, the Avengers issu [...]



    7. Collects Avengers World issues #17-21 and Avengers (2012) issue #34.2Having been a big fan of the "Time Runs Out" storyline, I was excited to read these issues and find out happened in the 8 months before "Time Runs Out" started. While the stories in this collection were OK, I didn't learn much in these pages that wasn't made clear in the original "Time Runs Out" story. I wouldn't call this collection a waste of time, but it is borderline in that direction. The Avengers primarily featured in thi [...]


    8. This was a book that was never necessary. Hickman has already extracted the dramatic possibilities from the 8-month time jump and put it into Time Runs Out itself. Sure, there were specifics to be revealed, but they didn't need to be revealed.Worse, Barbiere doesn't actually do anything interesting with the premise. He spends one issue on Sam, then focuses on Namor's regrets and Roberto's roll-up of AIM. We don't get the real drama of the Avengers break-up. We don't get the view of a world reali [...]


    9. Where have you gone Jonathan Hickman? Our multiverse turns its lonely eyes to you.The cover promises awesome, but *spoilers* it is only a couple pages at the end with shockingly no real conseqence. The meat of this is intrigues around AIM which are surprisingly interesting and uninvolving of anybody buy Sunspot, who has never been interesting. Otherwise, we are setting up lots of stories that will not pay off because of course Secret Wars and the hard reboot that makes all this sort of window dr [...]


    10. With the third volume, this title finally became something more than deleted scenes from the other Avengers books. Under new writer Frank Barbiere, it heads straight back there. Still, some of the deleted scenes in question have their charms - particularly Namor stalking Susan Storm across countless alternate worlds, yet always finding her with Reed.


    11. Tiresome. And that's just on the general storyline. This book really just contains the points that tie Sunspot's story together. With just a little bit of Namor. So it makes less sense than most of the rest of the book. Basically the writing is okay just uninteresting. And the art is okay. But there are no special moments, there are no good pages, there are no great lines. Just a whole bunch of couldn't possibly care. Oh and Star Brand.


    12. I think this was my favorite Avengers World arc as it explores Namor's issues with what he's doing and his attempts at escaping that fate. The character was interesting and the alternate universe settings were impressive.


    13. This is an anthology that seemed kind of out of place—like it happened even earlier than even before "Time Runs Out." It seemed pretty hit-or-miss with the hits not even too exciting (although the misses weren't terrible either.)


    14. This is the type of book that burns readers out on super hero comics. It's yet another version of the Avengers, this one composed of characters I never heard of (granted, that's more on me than them). Thy're interesting enough, but again, I'm not sure what this adds to the Secret Wars build-up.


    15. Marginally interesting marginalia to Hickman's Avengers run. The art is mostly good, but the stories are entirely inessential.



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